Institute seminar summer 2022
The institute seminar series of the Institute for Sustainable Economic Development at Boku aims to foster the exchange of knowledge within and beyond the institute. Institute members and external speakers will present their work during these bi-weekly events, allowing time for in-depth discussion.
The seminar will be presented in two different formats: format A will provide an opportunity for the presentation of research. Format B is intended to foster an exchange within the institute on a more strategic level.
The seminars take place on Tuesdays at 11:00-12:00 a.m. It's planned to hold some seminars digitally and in presence (hybrid) in SR01 at Guttenberghaus.
If you wish to attend one of the seminars virtually, please contact inwe(at)boku.ac.at and you will receive a zoom link.
Updated schedules are published here.
|Tue, 22.03.2022 ||Preispfade für fossile Energie - Basis eines transitorischen "green growth" (DE) ||Stephan Schulmeister ||A ||Online |
|Agricultural and rural development settings and policy in the Western Balkans ||Aleksandra Martinovska ||A ||SR01 |
|Tue, 26.4.2022 ||Austrian farmers interests concerning spatial planning: a mixed-methods approach ||Magdalena Wachter ||A ||Online |
|Tue, 03.05.2022 ||Using the Integrated Administration and Control System’s plot-level data: A scoping review (pilot analysis) ||Heidi Leonhardt ||A ||SR01 |
|Entwicklungen und zukünftige Herausforderungen in der georgischen Landwirtschaft ||Nino Nadibaidze ||A ||Online |
|Tue, 17.5.2022 ||Estimating activity-based costs using the FADN data ||Felicity Addo ||A ||SR01 |
|Tue, 24.05.2022 ||Supply Chains, Unfair Trading Practices and the Role of Policies ||Prof. Jan Pokrivcak ||A ||GUTH-02/26 |
|Mon, 30.5.2022 ||Reformist context, veto players and symbolic wins: the case of CAP 2023-2027 || |
|A ||MENH-HS II |
|Mon, 13.06.2022 |
|Marine Tourism and Protected Areas ||Prof. Ingo Mose and Prof. Robert Burns ||A || |